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Continuing Education

Continuing Education

Reliable. Relevant. Timely.

At NCC we work to connect health care providers with continuing education materials that are reliable, relevant, and timely. In addition to providing the latest materials featuring clinical information, we also strive to identify and share educational resources related to diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Please check with all continuing education providers to verify the materials are current and educational credits will apply. NCC is not responsible for costs or credit information related to the educational opportunities listed below.

If there’s a specific topic you’d like to see covered, please contact us.

CELL Series: Cancer Education Lunch & Learn

Cell Series Cancer Education Lunch & Learn

Join us online for live educational sessions tailored to fit your lunch hour. The CELL Series features talks from local and national experts on a variety of topics across the cancer continuum, great for clinical and public health professionals along with interested community members. Attend live or view recorded sessions in the on-demand section below. We will not be offering CME/CE credit for these sessions. Learn more here.

On-Demand and Archived Learning

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ECHO: Addressing the Needs of Breast Cancer Survivors Post-Mastectomy
05.16.2022
Presented by Dr. Richard Baynosa, Chairman and Fellowship Director UNLV Department of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, the clinic examines the…
ECHO: Solving the 'Unsolvable' Problems Post Mastectomy: Treating Lymphedema and Radiation Damage
05.16.2022
Dr. Joshua Goldman summarizes the first part of the series by going over the three main types of breast reconstruction surgeries. Patient…
ECHO Cancer Survivorship: Breast Cancer Rehabilitation and Reducing Care Barriers
05.16.2022
In this ECHO presentation, Dr. Jill Binkley, PT, MSc, CLT, FAAOMPT, presents "The Role of Rehabilitation and Exercise in the Management of Breast…
ECHO: Cancer as a Genetic Issue
05.16.2022
In this 2019 ECHO session, Dr. Nathan Slotnick defines genetics and genomics in cancer prevention and treatment. He also discusses hereditary breast…
ECHO On Demand Video Library: 2019 Cancer Survivorship Series
05.16.2022
In this on-demand library of educational webinars, providers and others working with cancer survivors can learn about a variety of topics. Sessions…
VIDEO: Increasing Knowledge, Awareness and Protective Behavior for Skin in People of Color
04.25.2022
Dr. Anisha Patel is an associate professor of dermatology with the U MD Anderson Cancer Center and UT Health Science Center in Houston. She's also a…
VIDEO: Skin Cancer Early Detection & Treatment with Dr. James Harris
04.25.2022
Dr. James Harris, a surgical oncologist with Western Surgical Group in northern Nevada, shares information on skin cancer and melanoma including…
Administering Quality Cancer Care to Help Promote Patient Adherence
04.22.2022
In this free session from Pfizer's Speaker Program On Demand, Michael Reff discusses how clinical professionals can improve patient adherence.…
Addressing Cancer Health Disparities: Understanding Drivers and Looking Toward Change
04.22.2022
In this free session from Pfizer's Speaker Program On Demand, Dr. Jennifer Klemp helps providers address cancer health disparities and understand…
Psychosocial Distress in Oncology
04.22.2022
In this free session from Pfizer's Speaker Program On Demand, Dr. Jennifer Klemp discusses psychosocial distress in oncology. Jennifer R. Klemp…
HPV Vaccinations: The Dental Community’s Role
11.29.2021
The American Cancer Society in partnership with the Nevada Dental Hygienists’ Association presents this interactive webinar series to educate dental…
ECHO: Back-To-School HPV Vaccination
11.04.2021
American Cancer Society presented this ECHO webinar June 2021 featuring a panel of experts discussing how to address HPV vaccination and the effect…